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Trump 2024 Chances Take Major Hit

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Jan/07/2021

The oddsmakers have severely reduced sitting US President Donald Trump's chances of being elected again in 2024.

In wake of the unfortunate and historic events that transpired on Capitol Hill yesterday, Trump's odds have been slashed.

His odds dropped to as low as 6/1 after opening at 33/1 following this year’s election.

By Friday January 8, Trump Sr. odds to win the 2024 Election had dropped to 25/1.  Trump Jr 50/1. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are the favorites with 5/1 odds while Mike Pence is third at 6/1.

Dave Mason just last week called Trump and his son, Donald Trump, Jr, their two biggest political liabilties of 2024.

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